A Placement fee as per regulation is a one-time payment to a staffing firm in the event of a successful selection and the fee is no more than one (1) month equivalent of the basic salary in Philippine currency if such fee is allowed to be collected.
If you are applying under the following categories or countries, then you do not need to pay the placement fee:
For aspiring overseas job applicants, the fees may include the following:
A. Documentation Costs
B. TESDA Certificates
C. Medical Examinations
D. PhilHealth Contributions
E. PAG-IBIG contributions (Online Membership Registration)
To be a bonafide applicant for an overseas job, you need to have the following Pre-Employment Requirements:
PEOS - is a computer-based learning facility used by all Filipinos aspiring to find jobs overseas. It aims to guide job seekers, like you, to understand the realities of working overseas.
To let you know if you and your family are ready for you to work overseas, as well as guiding you on how to distinguish legal recruiters and job orders.
As mentioned in Q#3, PEOS is mandatory for all overseas jobs applicants. It must be taken and completed before applying with a recruitment agency, just like us.
You may take the course anywhere and anytime, as long as there is a stable internet connection. Remember, registering or signing up is free.
At the end of the modules, the system will issue to you a certificate of completion. Do make sure you entered correctly your name (as it appears on your passport) and your birth date.
The basic or initial document requirements are: